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Should I tell you that lusciousness comes from the connective tissue melting down after hours of cooking?
Bursting in with In My Room, even with a string section there was an immediate raucous sleaze and energy to the sound, completely different to the swirling lusciousness of this year's debut album, The Age of the Understatement.
Ingersoll (1887) wrote, "Bay scallops possess an indefinable lusciousness not possessed by any fish or fruit, yet approximating a combination of them all.
Thus a new consumer advertising campaign, currently running in luxury lifestyle publications, features a close-up of the towel in all its lusciousness.
There is a lusciousness in Nielsen's language; you can not only taste the words but also feel the desire for touch in them.
He often delved into the richness of Lebanese culinary practice and the lusciousness of the country's landscape.
Upon entering, we were greeted by a full case of beautifully displayed pies, tempting us with all their sweet lusciousness.
Her architectural beauty, natural lusciousness, and sexual appeal had to be restored and preserved by Historical Savannah Foundation.
Chocolate cake is a warm dome of lusciousness, served with an icy ball of sorbet and dribbles of orange sauce across the plate.
As always, a tough-minded aesthetic kept our minimalist concept intact, while the lusciousness of the infinite loop made even the shoegazers smile.
While his childhood recollection of the mysteries of women are toned down in 1965, he is somewhat bolder in 1993, writing of the women who stayed in Half Moon Street: 'It is my impression that in these Edwardian times women were expected to be bulky, have big shoulders, breasts, thighs, all the old solid, reliable Renaissance idea of lusciousness in large quantities' (p.
When fruit is mature, it broadcasts its lusciousness by releasing organic chemicals (molecules containing carbon atoms as their backbone), which attract hungry animals.